Although an off-road enthusiast and wildlife photographer, Shane Russeck only founded True North Collections in 2019. This Los Angeles-based 4×4 restoration and custom clothing company has already used a series of beautifully restored items in the larger automotive community. The classic works are famous for trucks. Although TNC used to focus mainly on injecting new vitality into the 1970s models, the company’s latest project uses a rugged off-road vehicle based on the latest Jeep Wrangler platform, taking things in a new direction.
The car is called the “True North Edition Jeep Wrangler” and is selected by the customer. The power is 285hp 3.6L V6, 260hp 3.0L V6 turbo diesel engine, or a huge 6.5L V8. Off-road upgrades include: multi-inch lift kit, larger off-road wheels, flared fenders, custom vent hoods, custom Defender-style rear roof windows, custom front, and rear bumpers, rock sliders with side pedals, roof racks equipped with ladders, all-round winches and tow hooks, LED light bars mounted on the roof, and HELLA auxiliary lights mounted on the front bumper. Inside, the interior has been customized with leather upholstery, the True North Edition logo, and optional luggage leather upgrades. The True North Edition Jeep Wrangler from True North Collections is scheduled to be released on February 1, 2021. Click here for more details.